The National Weather Service is expecting the cooler than normal trend that started in August to continue in September.
Chris Miller with the National Weather Service indicates Northern and Central Illinois are favoring cooler than normal temperatures, and are not expecting above-normal rainfall.
Miller says for October we usually see the first frost the last two weeks of the month. However, this year the National Weather Service is predicting above-normal temperatures for those weeks.
Miller reports for late fall and early winter we can expect cooler than normal temperatures.